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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

-WMlwiii.iiw..n..Vwm THE LACE INDUSTRY. How Soma of tlio Mont Difficult nml Ar tistic) Work Is l'rotlnoetl. Within lata yonrs tho laco Industry has rovivcd in Vonlco, nnd not only In Vonico, but throughout nil Itnly, nnd Is (might in tho public schools of Homo. Thoro uro two kinds of Vonctinn luces Unit raiulo with noodles nnd thnt made with bobbins, only ono person boing oiiRaijcd in tho former to every twolvo persons engaged in tho latter. Tho lnees mndo with tho nccdlo aro fur mom ologunt nnd costly than thoso mado with tho bobbin. Tho dlfforonco Is almost as marked ns tho dllToronco between iv steol engraving and an on grnving on wood. Ono is an olovatcd and diUlcult nrt, tho other is an indus trial ono and serves tho ordinary uses. Tho costliness of what is known ns point d' Aloncon laco in owing to tho fact that it is worked with tho finost ncodlos on parchment patterns, tho pieces afterward united by invisiblo soams. Twolvo different hands aro required to produce ti single pt...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

V- n HHWIMIWKWWflllBWW'IIIWIH'TIIWIIIU mmMM it II' I I Etiquette ni n Church Fair It is not' correct to charge loss tluui $" on tho .151 forarticlos mi the fiiirtuhltM. Do not l;ccp your $lo in your In phlq pocket u n loss you itro willing to ho thought menu. It 1 never proper to tnnlco aimin tnko u chance on a jilush framed mirror at tlu point of a pistol. Do not bo octontatioiiB in your display of wealth ut a chu.ich fair. This is a vico of extravagant minds A hint for the fair restaurant is that it is never do riguour to order Jess than nine portions for three people. Bargain counters are never to ho found at well regulated fairs and economy is a gross breach of tho ctiquotto which there obtains. Every well regulated tablo should have its "steeror" just as in the game of bunco, to assist people to flnd what they do not want. Fashionable people never take more than five glasses of lemonade lit once, or expect to find moro than one lcjnon in eight gallons. It is not quito otiquotto...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

'" i"H v'' - ? ' ;irrr nyrifJrt i -44i ..1 T ." V ' '.if. 1 r v w-vw v -ww w wm V V W WV W WW V v w w w " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democ jdOB 0FF10E.1 J 1K .Kftitfa of Job Printing Vonc I at LOWEST PltlCES. IkAAlLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi 3 1 f THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money, i YOIi. III. 3STO. 38. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH, 9, 1889. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. m RAT. THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAN. t'nsh Cnpltal, $50,000,00. Deposits secured by Indlvldunl Liubility of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. Foreign Drafts nnd Steamship Tickets for salo nt low est rotes. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. liAWUKKCK A. Cuxveh, President. Geokqe W. 1'ui.lkn, Vice Prcst. Keuiikn D. Cuf.VEH, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m, Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Clias. E. Bowen, Cashier. Docs iv general banking bushics", receives oposlls, discounts paper, nnd buyH anil sells Exchange. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

I '-;"?".' W"jTr; 1 . r, "f v -wrr. TFW!T?vT;ri WVLV 7, i h fa vt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS.. TVAaniNQTON City claims a population of 2M.000. Atlanta, Gn., will soon have tin olcetrlo rnllwny. Damascus has 160,000 Inhabitants and nolthor gas nor street cars. A HuoTiircn of Logltltno, tho Uaytlan lontlor, lives In Pomona, Cal. Wj aro marching on. Four new Statos nnd n cannl across Nicaragua. Mn. Gladstone has roturnod to England nftor a wlntor spent In Naples. Steerage passage from Now York to Paris Is now advertised at $181 Maii. Is how carried lietwcou Now York and San Francisco In 113 hours. A sea bass weighing 423 pounds was caught nt San Diego, Col., a fow days ago. TitEitE Is a man In Kansas City nniuod IloduofTcr. Ho must bo tho original cow boy. TnE Czar of llu'sia Is growing so fnt that ho uai bocomo nlaimodnt his condi tion. Am. tho 1'rosldents electod by tho lto THibllcnns, oxcoptlug Lincoln, wero born In Dlilo. Vkimly Uoston Is a city of books. Tho pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

(JtWiininW'.i hiummfc iwiwiMrwiiHfljuWWj ifWW -T- jfcyfcwtiMatmwiif. y i -bf 1 1 m w STATE NEWS ITEMS Legislative Proceeding. ii Coi.rjjmua, fob. EH Senatk. No quorum was present and no bustnoss wus transacted. IIOOBB. A rosolmlon was adopted asking for Information from tho Sinking Fund, Hills Introduced) Offering fifty cants each for night owl scalps; declaring remits uiodfor twonty-ono years public highways; to brine mutual boncflt associations undor tho foo soetlou of tho chap toron Insuranoo; to plnco Clovolnnd pollco Bur geons undor tho name regulations as patrolmoni sinking npproprlntlnns for tho flscal yonr; Riv ing mnyors nndjusllcos final jurisdictional llsh andgnmolnws; nmon.lln corlnlti sootlons so .ns to provldo Hint whoro nn appeal Is taken in city condemnation ensos tho city may, by dtv posit of componsnlion and datnngrs, obtain Iho use of tho property ponding decision or nprcnl; tonmend Seotlon7-!li!so that n Judge may fix tho fco of counsel appointed to defend In foi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

to.il iMipglWHlil "; -i a "' r- 'tT f . ll,frT..f tf& 3K, fcl ITS r I- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. F u. w, imr.nM, A.. H. "Wilson, - Fropriotot - Editor. SATURDAY, MARCUS, - 188(1 Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Sccond-nlass matter. Pui:m)KNT Cleveland retired from olHco with colors Hying. Tin: Inaugural Ceremonies and Parade ooourcd In intrenching rain storni. Election tlirco weeks from Monday next. Get candidates ready. Protection Punctures. The Heading Iron Co., of Penn sylvania has failed for $ 1,000,000. The Worswloh Mfc. Co., Swing ing harness manufactures of Cleve land, and tho Cleveland Stovo Co. both failed this wnok. The Iron furnaces, of tho Mahon ing Valley, have reduced tho wages of employes! ton per cent from Monday last. Had the Mills hill become- a law Republican newspapers would have howled. Tur new administration wont into power under avast spread of umbrellas. It is time that the Democrats in thesovernl wards wore taking stops to organize. Whkn such a scoundrel ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

I-.I.I I ' iTSff TTTsrgTiiaaB ir vi nnHMwm wfemwmwnrrnranrtFrrTTWimwvi mwnnm ...... .,- aHU-" H8S- L , 5f7is jocfpcr 7ocs to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL' NEWS. ED. L. WIJOSOX, Cliu Editor. Lent Snow I "Roll of honor" on tho first pago. Frank Balrd was In Logan this week. A. H. Wilson was in Columbus Tuesday. Will Eislo was in Washington City Monday. John Uckor is able to bo at his placo of business. J. E. Tritsch was in New Lex ington on Monday. Geo. Beery will practice medi cine at Union Furnace. Thad Floyd, of South Perry was In Logan this week. Now keep your eye on tho Re publican administration. Jim Pursell visited tho Lan caster gas well on Monday. Mrs. Dr. Mansfield is visiting this week in Fairfield county. Mrs. 0. Flemm, of Lancaster, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Emma Bragg returned to her home in Columbus on Friday. Miss O'Connor, of Lancaster, visited friends in this city Sunday. Will Kessler was among tho visitors to Lancaster Mond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

fJtuM.lffiliuaMiaiimmL'ltultf i ' t v V"'' finwrrrtitiTigtuiTWiiTi iiT,n-'ni-,rMrMiyr'r'mi'ivrti I "! '-, mwi(WW VMWW Iwnwwn THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN, OHIO WHAT THOU DOEST, DO WELL. If thou halt but ono song to ting, A liltlo eon?, may bo, O, sing It then tho best thou canst. All blltho anil earnestly. Think not It Is not worth thy vrhllo To lot thy voice bo hcnrJi Somo weary ono may hear thy sons With joy for ovcry word. If thou hast but a taslt to do, Perchanco n Uttlo one, O, slight It not becnuso 'tis small. Hut lot It be well done. It may bo ono will sco thy worl', And, reading thv desiro. Say: "Ho who dooth small things welt Is worthy, come up higher." If thou hast but ono hour to spend. Don't think It matters naught How It bo spent, but spend It well, And glo thy oirncst thought To Its demands, for tlmo nlone Tho story o'or can tell Of wasted time, so count thy hours And spoud thy moments well. Who dooth small things woll will provo To hlghor truts most true; Therefore bo sur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

'k'i-V, moti MISCELLANEOUS. A correspondent of tlio London Tlmca RiiVB that tho word "toototftl' had Its origin through a stuttering tem perance orator, who urged on his nenroru, that nothing loss than "to-to-to-to-tnl" nbstlnonco would satisfy tem perance rofoitiiors. Somo ono at onco ndoptod "teetotal" ag a sultablo ward, and It sprang into general use. A placard placed on a window of a fihocmnkor's shop noav Crlpplcgato, London, many years ago, Is said tolmvu read a3 follows: "Surgery porformed on aged Hoots and Shoes broken Logs Bott and bound upright disordered foot repaired tho wounded healed. Tho whole Constitution mended and tho body supported by a now Solo. l$y T. T An ingenious person, who was get ting up a popular entertainment In London, "in aid of a woll-known charity," wrote to a business man as follows: "It has occurred to mo that you might bo inclined to support so good a cause say on these terms: If you will take sovon lis. tickets I will causo tho ventriloquist to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 March 1889

f-M - ' l ': j. i " ''"' "l'i l ' -v? " J 4 ? 'Uf W-AVy T"r -"- 'V- MfHI"i mimwiiwwwwwwwnn wswamt njiwm M''irww Said Crock. TVtr. J. II. Lawls is d(iiijCorously 11 ut this writing. Miss TCvul Ma-dusty, oj CJmrtes ,loii Js viyJUny jfijiiuds in thiineigli ,l)orho(ut. A protracted niotitlpir lms Just .closed ut Mt. Ciyinel with unuid succt'ss. Tlic-ru voroj8lxlyflvu ac- .ui'ssiojps to tll iiliur,cli. The inuut Jii vas.condiicteil by Rev. Pliunis, .orAinisvilloiiud Jtcv. E F. ltud eriijof South ferry. Finnic Iti'dfern 1ms just closed a vory mi.cnefjsful tuVm of .school on 'jBliOkCrcclc. JJ1h,s Addle Jledforn, of South Terry was viwitliifx lu this noljjh ,boriniod last week. Tho thieves havo been ffottliiK in their woik In this vicinity, and Avliilc Jack Smith and family wero nttendin church, some midnight marauders entered his smoke house and stole seven sides of bacon and ab,out tiie same limo several bush els of corn wero stolon from tho .cribs of Leonard llevault and J. O. McDroom. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

7V i nn II THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 5 LARGER CIRCULATION I THAOHY PAPER N THE, if ALLEY. j -p-w EJOB OFFICE.' All KlmhiofJoh l'rlnthifi Dane A e cMore Hews for Less Money,' at LO iriifIT J'HICJiS. 6v -. ' YOL. III. NO. 39. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH, 1G, 1889. TEJIMS, 1.50 P Ml YEAR. Of IIA ff ' 7' f& IK T ""I f 1 A l a -s r I i H" Li. ;i a s MM. V I II ,8-C Ai EL-' .&-? L v JL "V .J&- -X in. j , THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN, Cnsh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n Rcncrnl blinking business. Foreign Drnrts mid Steamship Tickets for salo at low est rates. OFFICE, Room Xo. 6, Opera House. LAWllKNCK A. CUI.VElt, President. QF.OltOK V. PUI.I.EN, Vice l'rest. IIkoiikn I). Cui.vhk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Ofilco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. PaicL in Casli Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'rcnUlcnt. t Cias. 13. Botveit, Cashier. Does a Keneral banking bushiest, receives oposlls, discounts paper, m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

i V 2225 ' ! I !. & &A i rvf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHfo CURRENT TOPICS Turkey quilts constitute n profitable Southern oxport. The London Xlmoi, It soetns, bought a FJggott In a bag. Tnn Rothschilds and others havo loanod Russia $110,000,000. Fifty colored men nro studying for tho priesthood In Rome. Slowly but surely artificial flowers havo again grown Into favor. Strawberry picking has begun In Flor ida. Tho crop will bo largo. The Czar will visit Etnporor William, of Oormany, at Borlln, In April. Tiik Incomo of tho dowagor Empress of Germany Is estimated at $700,000. The crown of Charles II., mado In 1CG0, Is tho oldest existing In England. Dn. Maiit Walker has nppllod for a patent on an Improved susponder. The Jesuits own In Lower Canada 953, 620 acres of land, worth $1,000,530. There Is said to bo sulphur enough In Lower California to supply tho world. Tun Kniperor of China had 240 pairs of boots mado in preparation for his wed ding. The farmers of Iowa aro organizin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO A NATURE PRAYER. , O bird, that ring ucU thankful psalmi llobuhlng human fretting, TcachusyourBecretof content, Your sclanco of forgetting; For every llfo must hnvo Its llli, You too havo hours of sorrow, Tench u, liko you. to lay them by And sing again tomorrow. Tor eoms of darkest Jot may Ho TVIthtn n golden setting, And ho Is nlao who understands The nctonco ot forgottlng. O Tnlms, that how beforo tho galo "Until Its poaccful ending, Toachui your yielding linked with strength, , Your graocftil art of bonding; i For ovory troomuat moot tho Ealo Each heart enoounlor sorrow, Teach us, lllco you, to bow, that wo Way sUr.ft orcct to-morrow. For thcro Is strength In humble grace, Its wise disciples shielding; Ami ho Is strong who understands Tho happy art ot yielding. Obroolts, which laugh all night, all day, "With voloo of swoot seduction, Teach us your art of laughing still At every now obstruction s TTorevory llfo has eddies docp And rnplds fiercely da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

M. f'l iyr.mi.,"iii'WPi'MJii" Minw'Offiii'F'umn1 'tttkw r'nr wm-ju rh lunnj'i'arrrw U Tv . J urawwfH THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.HREHM, A.-, ft. Wilson, Pioprlotot Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, - 1S8!) Entered at (ho Post-ojjlce at Logan as Second-class matter. Down polls. with corruption at the HyiiHAU for Harrison and .times! hard Givi: us a pure voto and an hon ,cst count. Tuosn who soil their votes money should ho disfranchised. for tin,' liquor. Those men need edu cating hi the nlphahet of Demo cracy. Sumptuary laws, of what ever nature, are in deadly opposi tion to Democratic principles. A Democratic Prohibitionist is tho white black-bird of politics. -Phlla Record. At tho November election tho Republicans tried to carry St. Louis by registering a grave yard. It is said that HiirrNguN Secre tary of the Navy dont know a bowsprit from a mnrlin-spike. What has become of tho pros perous times for tho workingman which were promised during the campaign. Tin: St. Louis Globe-Democrat estimat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

tmwwrwurv M,wmmtJTVmmujVM ww wi nm 4NMl.ltLM Mwmmimn 'JLiitniiiiiiwfWwi" mmyrffji inmmtmmit&mm,rmutvnr'ri'n,yi? ijim,'tTjr Wj rrrnfyi-fy.M- jwu,' kj-i 'mwjMwinii' IZVifo paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L0(3AL NEWS, J5J.D. . WILSOX, City JMUov. Fish. Straw hats. Keep your eyo on tlio robin. Frank Martin was in MoArthur , 'Sunday. V. 0. Lowory was in Lancaster 'Thursday. Mr. Will Storrott Is ablo to bo .about again. Will Keynes was in Vinton 'County Sunday. L. J. Burgess moved to Colum bus this week. Ed Gotz, of Lancaster, was in Xogan Saturday. O. W.H. Wright was in Lan caster this week. Tide Houston was in Logan a part of tills veok. Joe Bragg, of Columbus was Ja Logan this week. Prof. A. E. Baymond was in Lancaster Saturday. Fishing and base ball aro in .order these fine days. Slisher has much improved bis saloon by re-papering. Harry Shotwoll was in the city Thursday evening. F. S. Pursell of the Gazetto was in Athens Tuesday, A. I. Vorys, of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

(UMCMMflNlMWInimrWWhmi iwwaoiw wtMtotmmmaaftmetmuan mn HARBISON. The United States Has a New Executive. Greatest Civic and Military Display of the Century. President Harrison'R Inaugural Address in Full. Tho Inauguration Witnessed by a Tremens dous Throng, tlio Greatest Seen In the Capital lor Many a DayThe Pro ceedings Concludes With a Grand Ball. Washington, March 1. At noon to-day. ainld the huzras ot a hundred thousand Amort can citizens drawn together nlmost from the four coiners of the Hcpubllc, die first Dome cratlo administration which lia-t ruled tho destinies of tho country slnco, on Maroh 4, 1801, iimcs IJuchanan sunendcrcd the reins ot Gov ernment to Abraham Lincoln, passed out ot ex istence, Onco again, ami for tho first time In many yenrs, Orover Cleveland, BlicrlfT, mayor. Governor, Presldont, becomes a prlvnto citizen, and Benjamin Harrison, who was presented to lMIKSIDCir UUNJAMlN llAlllllSOH. tho Chicago Convention as "Tho Christian Statesman of Indiana," become th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

.,JW ,""? i-V' 'YlflPB IV . PROSPECTIVE CABINET. Short Sketches of tlio Mon Who 'Will bo y, President llnrrlson's Advisers. Washington, March 4. Tlio understanding Is tlmt President Harrison will ond In tho nainoi of tho mombors of I1I9 Cabinet to the Sonata to-morrow, and that they will bo con. tinned nt onco. jamm o. w.AiNn. Mr. Dlnlno, Secretary of State, wns born In West llrownosvilto, Washington County, l'a , January 01, 1811. Tho early odueatlon of Mr. lilnlno was sedulously cultivated, nnd IiIb marltcd tasto for historical studies onablcd him to oxcol In literature. In IBM ho romovod to Augusta, Mo., whero ho has slnco mado his homo. Tlicro, ns a journ alist, his ready faculty and trenchant writing enabled him to becomo 0110 of tho master sup. porters In tho polities of tlio State In 1&"0 ho engogodln tlio tnovaincnt for the formation of tho Hcpubllcin party with nil of Ills energy. In 1833 ho was olectcd to tho Legislature, remain ing a mcinbur through sucesslvo annual e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 March 1889

0HWJM9HMMW KsnwrimunM WUIITHIIHWI Salt Crook. Mr. Xojili StclieHmi ami Miss. AI1) Ittptl wore united in nmrrlngo March lOtlj. by U. IJ. Stevenson J I'. Also n the sumo tiny Jorilon INtce anil AUIw Hurt wcra unli-il n nmrrjujro by tliu hiuhu oflleur. Alfred Jnlinston and Chiuios Timber!" J:? started for Muteoii City JIIh, Jjtst Monday tiiornhi where Hhoy frimtju during the Miminor, ViHiajn Garrett has n son who Js .surely rfiinurkuhlc for hie good lift was never known to keep had company nor stay out Into at night and like the great George Wash ington could not tell alio. He was born on ljhio Creek March 10, J8S9 Ahralmni Duvnult has had Ills pension Increased from ifl to $8 per nonth. A Mean Husband. A champion mean man liiis been found in Vermont. A young lady went into a dentist's olllco a ,fow days ago and had her teeth exam ined, tuo doctor reporting them badjy decayed, but by quite an out iny of money ho could put them in irootl dhape. Tho young lady departed, saying fshe would...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 March 1889

The Ohio Democrat. 5 LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. v JOB OFFICE. All Kinds ofJoh Printing Bono ' More News for Less M.oney, ? i at LOWEST PRICES. uitftAiULAAAAA.AikAAAAAAAAAil YOIi. III. NO. 40. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH, 23, 1889. TEEMS, $.1.50 PER YEAH. f""THE OHIO DEMOCRAT"! li THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. -Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n Rcncnxl bnnklns business. ForclRn Drafts ana HlcnmsUlp Tickets Tor Halo nt low est ratcst OFFICE, Boom No. 5, Opera House. JJA whence A. Cui.vxr, rrcUlent. Geo nan W. Pum.kn, Vice 1'rest, Reuben D. Cui.vkii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9. a. m. to 3 p. in. poid in Gasb Capital, $50,000, John Wallter, President. Chas. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives uposlts, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. BANK In central room In tho James Block. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Not...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 March 1889

. I J r i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN OHIO IIariuson is tho seventh rrosbytor Jan oloctcil to tho rrcsldoncy, thnt church loading all othora In this rogard. Tho othors wcro Jackson, Harrison, Polk, Buchanan, Lincoln and Clove land. An Iowa honroost thief escaped tho moshes of tho law, tho other day, bo causo tho warrant did not specify what kind of eggs hnd been stolon. Tho eggs-aetions of tho law aro sometimes quito ridiculous. The Dulco of Cambridge command-cr-in-chiof of tho British army, nftor a careful Inspection of tho fortifications nt Gibraltar, has declared that thoy aro utterly inadequate for defenso against, .nodcrn artillery. One of tho political parties in Water loo, In., recently nominated for mayor an obscuro cobbler whom nobody know. His opponent was a lawyer of high standing. Tho cobbler was nominated s a joke, but tho pcoplo took it in oarn est nnd elected him. GekJiANv's futilo attempt to ncqulro a protcctornto ovor Samoa has boon fol lowed moro successfully by Portu...

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